Issue 9 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

June 1975

Writers

Joe Blankenship, author of a book of poems, The Serpent Child, appeared in the recent production of Twelfth Night.

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Judy Bratten will soon have another mouth to feed.

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Robert Donnan gets paid every week by the Chapel Hill Newspaper.

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Gayle Garrison knows a few things she isn’t telling.

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Karl Grossman writes for the Long Island Press. He’s fond of rabbits, spaghetti, and Israeli girls.

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Blue Harary is a counsellor at Hassle House in Durham.

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Ebba Kraar loves to eat at home.

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Henry Muldrow, Jr. studies music at UNC.

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Priscilla Rich waits for news of Atlantis rising.

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Hal Richman is a political scientist-cum bagel baker.

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W. G. Roll is the director of the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham and the author of The Poltergeist.

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Robert Ruskin teaches a class in house building at the Community Bookstore. He swears there’s a place called Wolf Creek in Oregon, where life is good.

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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On The Cover

Cover illustration by Tom Cleveland.

This issue is the first time the sun-face logo appears on the cover. Tom Cleveland, the artist, took his inspiration from the sun face on a Tarot card. The monocle was his own whimsical touch.

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Editor and Publisher
Sy Safransky

Editorial Integrity
Mike Mathers

Editors-at-large
Ebba Kraar
Gayle Garrison
Priscilla Rich

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